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How do you guys set up your spreads when you are hunting honkers and sob. We are hunting out of corn field that both were feeding in along with mallards. What would be the best setup. Thanks
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We had our geese and ducks seperated by 20 yards the past few times and the ducks will not come in. The geese don't seem to care that the ducks are there but were having trouble with the ducks decoying on the river. I would look for suggestions here. The dekes are moving in the current.
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Water VS field I beleive there is a difference. In fields, put the ducks upwind and seperate by 10 yds of open space. If using all 3, darks downwind, then ducks, and then the snows upwind.
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